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Benchmark Email Feature Lets Clients Use a Single Account to Manage Numerous Sub-Accounts
The new feature not only lets Benchmark customers manage dozens of sub-accounts under one umbrella account, but it also lets clients pay one bill for all main and sub-account activity.
Los Alamitos, Calif., December 22, 2010 – Benchmark Email, an award-winning email marketing service, is now offering a feature that lets clients use one account to manage an unlimited number of email sub-accounts. The new sub-accounts feature delivers one bill for all sub-account activity and works extremely well for businesses, colleges and even government organizations who send various emails and newsletters from a number of different departments.
"Most email marketers know the nightmare of having to log into multiple accounts to send different emails from different departments or offices, and also tracking down and paying separate bills for each account," says Curt Keller, CEO of Benchmark Email. "With this new feature, all your sub-accounts are gathered under one account. You pay one bill for all your activity, and you need only one login for all your sub-accounts."
Benchmark's sub-accounts feature is one of many being rolled out in the next few months, most brought on by customer demand through the company's Features Request forum. Other tools that have been launched recently include the ability to clean email lists of subscribers who fail to open 5, 10, 20 or 30 emails; the ability to view emails in color-coded HTML; and the option to add personal notes to email and newsletter campaigns. Benchmark Email's service provides the tools to manage lists and create, edit, send and track email campaigns with all-inclusive paid plans starting at $13.99 a month.
About Benchmark Email
Benchmark Email is an award-winning, international email service used by thousands of small, medium and large-sized businesses. As one of the fastest-growing, US-based email marketing companies, Benchmark currently offers Web-based service to German, Spanish, and Chinese-speaking clients. The company plans to expand into other language markets over the next few years.